Key West Radio Show

Black and Skabuddah

Laura Black and Russ Scavelli are among the top entertainers in Key West.

They have preformed almost every venue on the Island. I first meet them playing at Capt Tony's Saloon. Great people and great singers.  

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Welcome to the Key West Radio Show,

This site is to showcase the musicians and their music played in and around Key West and the Florida Keys. We will have a record show, interviews, videos,  and many other things of interest. 

Musicians for this show are

Black and Skabuddah, Dawn Wilder, Debra & Patrick, One World, Sally Foster, Cw Colt, 

Sweet Brother Rush, Wil Hoppey, Jeff Harris, Alfonso, Chas Collins, Liz O'Conner, 


This is a two hour show.  the next new show is July 30th. 

 Attention if you browse away from this page the music will stop.  

We are working on a pop out player but until then. Enjoy the music. 


Thank you for visiting our site. We are currently a work in progress. 

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Toko Irie

Toko Irie

 Toko Irie, originally from Grenada, has been jamming island music in Key West for the past 15 years. He is best known for playing the steel drums with an artistic sense of speed combined with a unique 3-stick method of playing. Introduced to the pan at the age of 9, Toko Irie honed his skills on an old steel drum given to him by a pan maker who lived in his village. At age 14, he formed a group with his brother and his cousin and they had the opportunity to compete annually against the island’s best in the Carnival competitions. An age 19, he became the musical director for a 40piece steel pan group who performed around the island as well as on cruise ships. 

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